The good thing about the Internet is that you can find tons of information on nearly any subject in seconds. If you can’t find an answer to your specific question, you can find a forum where you can ask, and more experienced people are ready and waiting to share their knowledge. What’s the best way to glue up a tabletop? Where should I stand when ripping a board on the table saw? What’s the deal with referring to lumber as 4/4, 6/4, 8/4, and what does S4S stand for? Pose one of those questions and prepare yourself for a range of responses from all quarters.
The bad thing about the Internet is that you can find tons of information on nearly any subject, and if you ask a question on a forum you will get so many responses from so many sources, you’ll end up having to figure out the way that works best for you. Maybe that’s not so bad.